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Today's News

  • Couples complete prenatal class

    Three couples graduated from the prenatal and childbirth classes at Taylor Regional Hospital in November. The classes are taught on Tuesdays at Taylor Regional Hospital's meeting room. This is a five-week series and is free to anyone delivering at TRH. The class is taught by Jenny Dobson, RN, MSN, CLC, CCE. For more information, call the TRH Women's Center at 465-3561 Ext. 2232. Pictured are Skylar Gadberry and Tracy Hadley of Russell Springs, Christina and Jason Davis of Columbia and Megan and Richard Hamilton of Lebanon.

  • Grace Notes

    My usual church time is the Saturday night service. If I do go to church on Sunday, I prefer going at 9 a.m.

    A few weeks ago, however, I went to the later Sunday morning service because I was meeting someone afterward for a newspaper story I was working on.

    On Saturday nights, I like to watch the sky through the giant arched window above the stage area in the sanctuary. At this time of year, the sun sets while church is going on and dusk is gorgeous, with the sky changing from blue to amber to black.

  • Giles donates to Locks of Love

    Sarah Giles of Campbellsville recently had 10 inches of her hair cut, which she donated to Locks of Love, an organization that benefits children with medical hair loss. A student at Taylor County Elementary School, she is the daughter of Debbie Giles and Bryan Giles.

  • Whitlow Kids Corner

    Frehley Celeste and London Ember, born Dec. 11, are the twin daughters of Andrea Megan McCubbins and Brandon Kyle Whitlow of Campbellsville. Their grandparents are Larry and Renee Holton of Campbellsville, Sherry and J.D. Arnett and Rodney and Sherri Whitlow, all of Greensburg, and Scott McCubbins of Louisville. Great-grandparents are Harold and JoAnn Lotter and Della Damron, all of Campbellsville, Henry Damron of Tennessee and Maureen Whitlow of Greensburg.

  • Johnsons visit Holy Land

    Alfred and Evelyn Johnson were among several associates of the Foundation of Life Ministries in Louisville to tour the Holy Land in Israel on Nov. 1-10. Mrs. Johnson, a native of Campbellsville, said it was a life-changing experience for both. She is the daughter of the late William A. and Anna Johnson. Her husband is a native of Morgantown.

  • Pike Kids Corner

    Andrew Pike is the 5-year-old son of Mark and Maria Pike of Campbellsville. His grandparents are Charles and Lois Melton and Edward Pike, all of Campbellsville, and the late Carolyn Dicken.

  • Milby-Rood

    Natalie Michelle Milby and Brandon Scott Rood, both of Campbellsville, will exchange wedding vows on Saturday, Dec. 19.

    Milby is the daughter of Randy Milby of Bardstown and Lisa Milby of Campbellsville. Her grandparents are Bobby and Jane Milby and Pauline Mardis, all of Campbellsville, and the late Charles Mardis.

    She is a 2008 graduate of Taylor County High School and attends Elizabethtown Technical College. Milby is employed at Kroger Pharmacy.

  • Taylor Regional Hospital presents service awards

    Taylor Regional Hospital hosted its annual service award presentations on Nov. 3 at Campbellsville University. 

    The Quarter Century Club, retirees, Legend and Hero award recipients were honored as well.

    Those receiving awards follow.

  • Scruggs completes basic training

    Air Force Airman Audrey M. Scruggs graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas.

    The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness and basic warfare principles and skills.

    Airmen who complete basic training earn four credits toward an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the Air Force.

    She is the daughter of Barbette Bridgewater and the niece of Juanita Giles, both of Campbellsville.

  • Tebbs Bend plan available at library

    Thirty-eight people attended a public meeting regarding the Tebbs Bend preservation plan at Taylor County Extension Office on Nov. 19. This was the second public meeting on the plan, which was drafted by Public History Specialists Joe and Maria Brent.

    The Brents developed a list of defining features, mapped troop movements, defined the core and study areas and potential National Register sites, mapped the cultural and natural resources and completed site mapping and base line date gathering.